The numbers of chapters for such release was reduced by combining the ones from the original serialization. Magister Negi Magiand Tsubasa:
A lot of you are probably wondering why I'm on this show instead of the Human Torch. Well, keep wondering, because I'm not telling!
Generally when there's a group of works that are all set in the same continuitycharacters can and do crossover from their home series to other ones fairly freely. Sometimes, however, within The 'Versethere are Canon characters which, for whatever reason, can't be used in any other work outside of their "home" series.
These characters are Exiled from Continuity. Although they're most frequently found in Comics especially superhero comicssuch characters can also be found in other forms of media. Such characters inspire many a writer to create a Captain Ersatz or an Expy for the character they can't officially use or to try to skirt the issue with a Lawyer-Friendly Cameo.
May be a result of either Executive Meddling or Screwed by the Lawyers. While the changes in Vertigo publishing policy were the immediate stimulus, it was also recognised that some mainstream DCU titles had come to include just as much graphic violence and horror as Vertigo titles, making the ban appear hypocritical.
The New 52 undid all this because it was part of a general push to consolidate everything with DC characters in it under one corporate umbrella.
The Vertigo-character ban led to the creation of several transparent Constantine expies in main-DC-universe comics, such as Willoughby Kipling who has since met and compared notes with ConstantineRasputin, and Ambrose Bierce a Historical-Domain Character who lampshaded this practice by claiming "They give you a trenchcoat and steal your razor.
Like an assembly line, really. Also, Dream of The Sandman made a notable appearance in Infinite Crisis to pick up his recently deceased mortal parents, though the character is never specifically identified.
He also plays a significant part in Dark Nights: The second version of Challengers of the Unknownwhich existed in a sort of halfway-house between Vertigo and the DCU, alongside Fate and Night Force, managed to feature a quick cameo by Constantine during a Superman crossover.
The two characters never actually met, though. Speaking of, Fate featured an appearance from Swamp Thing, albeit unnamed and largely out of sight. Kevin Smith also liked throwing in Vertigo references: Morpheus cameos in a late issue of his run on Green Arrowhis Batman makes references to Swamp Thing's once Retconned attack on Gotham, and Fun Landa Sandman serial-killer with a thing for kids and amusement parks, shows up for a Batman Cold Open.
Presumably, he can do what he wants because, hey Gaiman has said that he's a little less leery about giving permission. He however was consulted prior to the issue, and even contributed some of Death's dialogue. Lucifer made an appearance during issues of The Spectrefresh out of Hell and enjoying Australia.
A notable exception was Zatannawho made intermittent appearances in both the main DC universe and Vertigo titles without any apparent issue as caricatured in this cartoon.
This may have been due either to her essentially light-toned nature even in her Vertigo appearances, or to the fact that most of the time she never had a solo title in either universe.
Subverted with Alias ; though originally conceived as a stand-alone book with no overt ties to the Marvel Universe, the book quickly became tied into the Marvel Universe due to Bendis incorporating Jessica Jones into the cast of Daredevilas well as retconning Jones as being a previously unmentioned classmate of Peter Parker.
She has since married Luke Cage and has a daughter with him. The entire reason the book was cancelled and relaunched as The Pulse in the first place was because Marvel was growing increasingly wary of having their A-list heroes showing up in a book full of F-bombs and sex jokes.
Bendis himself acknowledges this in the letter page of the final issue.
Marvel vetoed it apparently having Nick Fury inject pureed chicks subcutaneously was beyond the paleso he invented a host of Captain Ersatzes. Interestingly, Marvel failed to do the same with the heroes of the piece, with the result that even though the series was never meant by the editors to be in canon, Marvel eventually incorporated the Nextwave version of Machine Man into canon with his post-series guest spots, as well as a Hand Wave implying the Nextwave version of Monica Rambeau as being from an alternate earth.
Later, Marvel actually adopted Nextwave into canon, taking the completely derailed, but hilarious, personalities into their mainstream appearances. This was handwaved with something about mind alteration through drugs.
Even The Captain was finally introduced into the main universe, when he appeared in Nova vol. The official canon explanation is that the main characters were all the real deals, but that the series itself took place in an alternate universe the Beyond Corporation teleported the heroes to.
This solves the problem of having Monica and the others reference the series despite the fact that it couldn't possibly have taken place in the mainstream canon.SOEL-Uniting the World through Language shared Learn English Through Stories's post.
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